Today’s Headlines

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  • The upcoming fight over revisiting Prop 13 (Capitol Weekly)
  • Autonomous vehicles prevent walkable, livable communities (CityMetric)
    • But that’s okay, they won’t be common any time soon (CNET)
  • If you drive in L.A., the cops can see your every move (Wired)
  • As more votes are counted, more Democrats are winning:
  • Our national infrastructure problem is also a mindset problem (Route Fifty)
  • Regulating e-scooters (PEW Trust)
  • In NYC, women spend more money getting around town than men (Wired)
  • What would a smog-free city look like? (The Guardian)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

Today’s Headlines

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  • Even with practice, the highway didn’t work for emergency evacuation in Paradise fire (NY Times)
  • Leading the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition can be a perilous ride (SF Examiner)
  • What the election means for climate change (National Geographic)
    • House Climate Change Committee likely to be revived (EcoWatch)
    • No West Coast Climate Bloc (Planetizen)
    • His focus on the environment may be why Rouda could beat Rohrabacher, Congress’s star climate skeptic (E&E News)
  • San Diego needs a lot more charging stations for electric vehicles (San Diego Union Tribune)
  • San Diego mayor proposes reforms to city parking requirements (KPBS)
  • Head of CARB looks to a future of electric vehicles (San Diego Union Tribune)
  • CA, White House set to talk about fuel economy standards (Carscoops)
  • Minnesota State College offers first bike-building degree (Bicycling)
  • Washington Post answers your scooter questions

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

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